"They say time heals, but each day is more difficult than the last," says Ayelet Modoh, 37.
Six months after the Israeli military operation in Gaza, her sister Irit Shitrit's death in a Palestinian rocket strike is still sinking in.
Leafing through a photo album, she describes how the missile exploded as the two sisters headed home from the gym in the port town of Ashdod.
The youngest children can barely speak of the loss of their mother (left)
The siren sounded, they got out of the car, discussed where to lie on the ground because they could not find a shelter, started sending text messages to their children. Then came a faint whistle, followed by a massive blast and a deadly wave of shrapnel.
Ms Shitrit, 39, was one of three Israeli civilians killed in similar attacks during the 22-day January operation in Gaza.
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